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Episode 118 - Fiala Is Gone, Mogilny is Snubbed (Again) July 1st, 2022 St. Cloud, MN YouTube: https://youtu.be/_ikT1adaudU Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-huskies-warming-house-podcast/id1499278131 Episode 118 of the CenterIceView News and Notes segment features some college hockey and NHL news. First, it's the Huskies Illustrated Weekly Roundup (2:22), where the guys talk about the latest in the world of hockey. In this segment, the guys discuss the Memorial Cup and the unique format that crowned a champion. The big Kevin Fiala trade happened for Minnesota… what next (26:17)? Next, the Avalance won the Stanley Cup Final… how was the matchup and what did we learn (49:42)? Also, who is the best goalie in Wild history… you tell us (1:00:58). Finally, the Extra Ice session talks about Alex Mogilny's latest Hall of Fame snub and whether changes should be made (1:03:56). All this and more in another week in the Den! As always, find us on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts and Youtube + more. Visit us at huskieswarminghousepodcast.com, and check out our affiliate at centericeview.com. The latest news is on Twitter and Facebook @warminghouseden, and email us at @email@example.com.
This episode is a conversation with Dr. Brad Roper about the Minnesota Update Conference (MNC) in neuropsychology. We discuss the history of the Houston Conference Guidelines, including how they have benefited neuropsychology and why they need to be updated, the overarching goals of the MNC, three primary focus areas of the MNC, the organization and structure of the conference (to be held in September 2022), and the possible long-term impact of the MNC on the field of neuropsychology. Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/98 _________________ If you'd like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Get APA-approved CE credit for listening to select episodes: www.NavNeuro.com/INS 2) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 3) Subscribe (free) and leave an Apple Podcasts rating/review: www.NavNeuro.com/itunes 4) Contribute to the discussion in the comments section of the website (click the episode link listed above) or on Twitter (@NavNeuro) Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of psychology or any other professional healthcare advice and services. No professional relationship is formed between hosts and listeners. All content is to be used at listeners' own risk. Users should always seek appropriate medical and psychological care from their licensed healthcare provider.]
On today's episode, we discuss Kevin Durant's trade demand from the Brooklyn Nets, and the macro-level view for the Brooklyn Nets and Sean Marks' future. We also discuss all the moves and transactions from Day 1 of the NBA Free Agency, including Anfernee Simmons, Lu Dort, the Philadelphia Rockets, Sacramento Kings, Los Angeles Lakers, and the rotating door of centers that block shots and play 17 minutes. We also discuss PJ Fleck's abuse of power at the University of Minnesota, and the power imbalances between College Coaches and players. Finally, we break down why the need for labor unions for College Athletes is so important in the aftermath of USC and UCLA joining the BIG10 megaconference Subscribe to our new Podcast series. The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty on Apple Podcasts. Episode 1 is out now, and Episode 2 will release on Wednesday, July 6th. CKSAML Productions This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
This time around, it's my pleasure to welcome Ruthanna Emrys (@R_Emrys), who joins us to talk about her new novel, A Half-Built Garden, which comes out on July 26th from Tor Dot Com publishing. We talk about ecological sci-fi, the things that got left on the cutting-room floor, and Ruthanna's current reads. Things we mention in this episode: Winter Tide, by Ruthanna Emrys David Bowie The Innsmouth Legacy series, by Ruthanna Emrys Seanan McGuire Field Guide to Invasive Species of Minnesota, by Amelia Gorman Light From Uncommon Stars, by Ryka Aoki Ruthana's Patreon Reading the Weird on Tor.com Anne M. Pillsworth The City We Became, by N.K. Jemisin Tune in next time, when my guest will be Miri Baker!
- 2022 COG T-SHIRTS! BUY NOW! http://www.cornerofthegalaxy.com/SHOP - SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST: http://cornerofthegalaxy.com/subscribe/ - COG LA GALAXY DISCORD: https://discord.gg/drr9HFZY2P COG STUDIOS, Calif. -- If you only made it through the first 45-minutes of the LA Galaxy's 3-2 loss to Minnesota United on Wednesday, we're not going to blame you. A 25th-minute red card to Kevin Cabral threw the game- already 1-0 to the visitors- into even greater disarray. But could some positives come out of a second half that was reminiscent of some of the better performances the Galaxy have had this year? Is scoring two goals while down a man enough of a gut check for this team? And has Greg Vanney already lost the team? On today's show, hosts Josh Guesman and special guest host Nikki Kay (SpectrumSN sports/sideline reporter) want to talk about this wild Galaxy game. Josh and Nikki will start by reminding everyone that the transfer window is open, and Nikki will tell you what Vanney is expecting from a new defensive midfielder. Then it's a deep dive into some of the good and a lot of the bad of the game against Minnesota. What did Nikki see from the sidelines? What reaction did the team provide in the last 45 minutes? And is the clock ticking on Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez to start scoring goals and looking dangerous? Then Josh and Nikki want to prepare you for Spectrum's coverage of the July 4th matchup between LA and CF Montreal. Can a Montreal side that just outplayed Seattle falter against a Galaxy team that can't decide if they're good or not? We've got a lot to talk about, and we'll need you to listen along! Thanks for coming to this Corner of the Galaxy!
In Episode 188, Shawn McGrade talked about why you should consider a career in Water Treatment, and because so many of YOU wrote in to our producer asking for him to come back on the show, I am bringing him back for a second interview. Shawn works in Sales at Kurita America and is continuously proving himself to be a Versatile Salesperson through personal and professional developments. When not working as a Water Treater, Shawn spends his time catching giant fish and volunteering as a firefighter and EMT in Minnesota. Today, Shawn and I will discuss the changes in his career since I last had him on the show, why attending conferences, technical trainings, and any additional offerings through your employer is important,, and some personal and professional development tools you should know about and take advantage of. Bottom line: If you are considering a career in water treatment and don't know what opportunities it has to offer, Shawn McGradehas some valuable knowledge to share with you. Your roadside friend, as you travel from client to client. -Trace Timestamps: What is a “Career” and upcoming events [03:56] Bringing back one of our most-listened to podcast guests, Shawn McGrade [10:21] What has changed since Shawn was last in the podcast? [12:40] Why you should lean into our industry's educational opportunities [16:00] Tips for successfully closing accounts [21:31] Understanding how to speak your client's language [25:26] Personal and professional development tools [33:19] The benefits of getting involved in the water treatment community [39:05] A firefighting water treater [40:36] What to know if you are considering a career in Water Treatment [44:29] Lightning round questions [48:36] Thinking On Water With James [56:00] Thinking On Water With James: In this week's episode, we're thinking about the correct way to install a cooling tower blowdown meter. First, what type of meter should one use? Do you know the options available and the pros and cons of each? Then, how should the blowdown water meter be installed? Vertically? Horizontally? Does the meter need to be continually flooded? Is freeze protection an issue? Can the meter communicate with a controller to log the data? Why would a blowdown meter be a handy thing to have? Take this week to think about cooling tower blowdown meters and how they should be installed. Quotes: “As Water Treaters, one of the most challenging things is trying to explain to our friends and families is what we actually do.” - Shawn McGrade “Don't shy away from being intimidated and not knowing enough” - Shawn McGrade “I want to learn and learn and learn, I want to be a forever learner.” - Shawn McGrade “With sales effort, diligence, self-discipline, and planning sales time within your day will allow you to reap the rewards.” - Shawn McGrade “Get in front of people, and see how you can help them.” - Shawn McGrade “Sales is a numbers game and you've gotta be diligent and make it a priority.” - Shawn McGrade “Having that curious spirit or being a forever learner has helped me the most in my Personal Development and Growth.” - Shawn McGrade “Water Treatment is like an onion, there are layers upon layers, and you can just keep peeling it back, and you'll never know it all. None of us will ever know everything there is to know in water treatment” - Shawn McGrade “The best way to learn something is to teach it to others.” - Shawn McGrade “For those new to the industry, and are scared to go out there because they think they don't know enough, the Fundamentals and Applications Course at the AWT Technical Training is designed for them.” - Shawn McGrade Connect with Shawn McGrade: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 651-788-2185 Website: www.kuritaamerica.com LinkedIn: in/shawn-mcgrade-08187114a Recent Article: Using Film-Forming Amines for Water Treatment Links Mentioned: Using Film-Forming Amines for Water Treatment article by Shawn McGrade Email The Scaling UP! H2O team: email@example.com (podcast producer) Industrial Water Week 2022 188 The One To Listen To If You Are Considering Becoming A Water Treater 117 The One With Temperament Expert, Kathleen Edelman 179 Another One that Teaches Us to Communicate Better with Others 239 The One About Negotiating Wilson Learning Audible The Rising Tide Mastermind Submit a Show Idea AWT (Association of Water Technologies) AWT's Student Education and Enhancement Development (SEED) Program The Versatile Salesperson (VSP) by Wilson Learning The Counselor Salesperson (CSP) by Wilson Learning Events: The Hang Networking Event - July 14, 2022 @ 6:00 p.m. EST ACS Fall 2022 – August 21 to 25, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois Industrial Water Week - October 3-7, 2022 Articles Mentioned: Using Film-Forming Amines for Water Treatment by Shawn McGrade Books Mentioned: I Said This, You Heard That by Kathleen Edelman
Our first big move of the offseason is here in the form of a trade between the Minnesota Wild and Los Angeles Kings. The Wild sent Kevin FIala to LA in exchange for defenseman Brock Faber and a 1st round pick in this years draft (no. 19). The Kings turned around and immediately signed Fiala to a seven year deal worth $55 million. With Minnesota knowing they would not have been able to sign Fiala to a long term deal, moving him was inevitable, and the Kings were the team Minnesota chose to deal with. The Tampa Bay Lightning might have just lost the Stanley Cup, but now they lost an assistant coach to the Detroit Red Wings. Steve Yzerman hired Derek Lalonde when Yzerman was a part of the Lightning organization. Now he has plucked him away from Tampa to be the new head coach of the Wings. Good move? Chris and Adam discuss! BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dan is joined by stage actor Michael Andreaus to discuss his role as Berry Gordy in “Ain't Too Proud” which is in town for a few weeks. Dan also gives an update on some new marijuana products that are legal in Minnesota.
Minnesota House Republican Pat Garofolo and Democratic House Ryan Winkler join us to talk politics. These guys are actually aligned on more issues than one would think. We learn the THC gummies legislation passed in the last session under the radar and will be legal tomorrow (July 1) in Minnesota. We also talk about legalization of sports gambling legislation that Pat wrote and almost passed in the last session. Ryan talks about his campaign for Hennepin county attorney and Pat admits that if he was a Hennepin county resident, he'd vote for Ryan. Unfortunately for Ryan's campaign, Pat would also endorse Dr. Jensen. These two are great guests and always worth a listen. Finally we talk about Tom's announcement that he's leaving the Morning show in December. Doug suggests renaming the podcast "Dougie and the Quitter." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Kantor is an elementary art school teacher, who works as a greenkeeper during the summers at Hazeltine National Golf Club located in beautiful Chaska, Minnesota. Thanks to our sponsors https://www.greenkeeperapp.com/marketing/ & https://www.rightlineusa.com
Income inequality is deepening in America. Economic gains in recent decades have been unevenly dispersed, with the vast majority of the wealth going to those already on top. Part of that discrepancy is rooted in the inability to buy property. Owning your own home is a key part of building wealth in the U.S., thanks to federal tax policy. But for many people of color, the door to home ownership has long been closed. In fact, Minnesota has one of the largest racial homeownership gaps in the country. Why is this, and what can be done to narrow the gap and set families of color on the road to solid housing and wealth creation? Listen to this recorded In Focus event as MPR News host Angela Davis leads a discussion about the racial wealth gap in Minnesota with panelists from across the state. Guests: Kim Smith-Moore is the senior director of homeownership programs at MN Homeownership Center. LeAnn Littlewolf is the co-executive director of the American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO), based in Duluth. Karla Benson Rutten, executive director of the St. Paul campus of the Jeremiah Program, which works with single moms and their children to break the cycle of generational poverty.
Hawkeye & Dodger talk with John Bohnenkamp, John Shipley sings with the birds in Minnesota, Trent's Picks of the Day presented by Circa Sports
Hawkeye & Dodger talk with John Bohnenkamp, John Shipley sings with the birds in Minnesota, Trent's Picks of the Day presented by Circa Sports
El viernes pasado, a poco de que cumpliera 50 años, la Suprema Corte de Justicia de Estados Unidos echó por tierra la sentencia que legalizaba el aborto en todo el país. La potestad de prohibirlo o no pasó entonces a los estados, y automáticamente ya se lo prohibió en diez de ellos. Pero son 26 -es decir, más de la mitad del total- los que ya han adelantado que irán en esa dirección. Conocida como Roe vs. Wade, la sentencia judicial en cuestión, datada de 1973, era una de las más polémicas de la historia de EEUU, defendida y criticada por movimientos sociales. Según ella, el aborto era un derecho garantizado por la Constitución, no en forma explícita sino a partir del derecho a la privacidad. La nueva integración de la Corte que se dio en el gobierno de Donald Trump, quien colocó a tres jueces conservadores durante su período, es lo que permite el cambio en la postura. La noticia causó conmoción, con protestas callejeras que se extendieron todo el fin de semana y que replicaron incluso en otros países. Así reaccionó el presidente Joe Biden, en un discurso en la Casa Blanca: “Hoy la Suprema Corte expresamente le quitó un derecho constitucional a la gente. No lo limitaron, simplemente lo quitaron. Eso nunca había sucedido con un derecho tan importante”. Biden agregó una advertencia: «Esta decisión pone en riesgo el derecho a la privacidad para todos. Eso es porque Roe reconocía el derecho fundamental a la privacidad que ha servido de base para tantos otros derechos que damos por sentados y que están arraigados en el tejido de este país: el derecho a tomar las mejores decisiones para tu salud, el derecho a los anticonceptivos, el derecho a casarte con la persona que amás». Esa advertencia se basa en las declaraciones de uno de los integrantes conservadores de la Suprema Corte, quien sugirió que se deberían reconsiderar las sentencias que permiten el acceso a anticonceptivos, a las relaciones sexuales entre personas del mismo sexo, y al matrimonio gay. Profundizamos en la noticia con Christina Ewig, doctora en Ciencias Políticas, directora del Centro de la Mujer, Género y Políticas Públicas de la Universidad de Minnesota.
Laura Schara chats with Jaime Rockney " Chick of the woods" about her story of follow her passion and creating a business out of foraging for wild mushrooms.Supported by: Minnesota Historical Society (https://www.mnhs.org/fortsnelling,) Oreo (https://www.oreo.com) & Ritz (https://www.ritzcrackers.com,) Hewitt Docks, Lifts & Pontoon Legs (https://www.hewittrad.com/,) Kinetico (https://www.kinetico.com/,) Minnesota Propane Association “Clean American Energy” (https://propane.com/) & Star Bank (https://www.starbank.net/)
We're doing something a little bit different in this episode with a solo PDOcast breaking down the Kevin Fiala trade. Topics covered include: The teams that were interested in trading for him Why the Kings made the most sense as a fit How he figures to specifically help them The factors that forced Minnesota's hand How the Wild can make up for losing him If you haven't done so yet, please take a minute to leave a rating and review for the show. Smash that 5-star button. If you're feeling extra generous, you can also leave a little note about why you recommend people check the PDOcast out. Thanks for the help, each one is much appreciated! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Good Morning Sack City!!! Today we dive into the NFC North as we continue with our 2022 fantasy outlook series. What will the new offense look like in Minnesota and can Adam Thielen still be relied upon? How high is Aaron Rodgers ceiling with no Davante Adams? And how long is the pole you will use to touch any of the Chicago Bears offensive weapons? #TuneIn as we discuss.Don't Forget To Hit That Subscribe ButtonFollow Us @SackCityPod on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok
Some people believe that the battle of Gettysburg would have ended differently had it not been for the heroism of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry regiment. Their sacrifice in 1863 is a landmark event from Minnesota's early history as a state. Readers wanted to know why it isn't better remembered today. The Star Tribune's Kevin Duchschere joins the show to discuss the battle and the First Minnesota's legacy. LINKS: Why isn't Minnesota's sacrifice at Gettysburg better remembered? (February 2022 Curious Minnesota story)
In ten years, what do you want your life to look like? From jobs to family, to community and hobbies and so much more, we all have different dreams we're nurturing in our hearts. Sometimes it's hard to know how to start reaching for them, especially when our lives are so full already. But taking the first step toward turning your dreams into reality is something that's changed Emily's life—and also for her guest today, Jenna Kutcher! Jenna is a Minnesota wife, mom, and entrepreneur who puts heart over hustle. And today, she shares her ten-year journey from quitting the corporate world, to launching a photography business, to empowering millions women to reach for their dreams every single day through her super-bingeable Goal Digger Podcast and brand-new book How Are You, Really? In this inspiring convo, Jenna and Emily talk about how to start figuring out what you want to go after, how to use micro actions to start building big results, how to break through seasons of burnout (even if you're not a natural rester), which mess-up moments have taught them the most, and why accepting help can multiple your efforts way more than hustle alone. Thanks to our episode sponsors! BETTERHELP | Affordable, private online therapy — anytime, anywhere. Get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/simplified GIRL MEETS FARM | Listen to Girl Meets Farm on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. EVERLYWELL | Get 20% off your next at-home lab test at https://everlywell.com/simplified * * * GET AD-FREE LISTENING + EARLY ACCESS TO NEW EPISODES https://apple.co/3ICMUmk * * * SHOW NOTES emilyley.com/podcast * * * GET EMILY'S KIDS BOOK! You're Always Enough: And More Than I Hoped For * * * SUBSCRIBE Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeartRadio | YouTube * * * LET'S BE FRIENDS! Simplified: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest Emily Ley: Instagram | Facebook
Erik Heltne is the founder of BubbaWhips. What started as an idea between friends during the cold Minnesota winter has evolved into a thriving family run small business. Thinking about the vintage or retro look in golf, Erik thought about how players practice and wondered if alignment sticks could be turned back in time. BubbaWhips are hand painted and finished in Minnesota. All are made of hickory, a throwback to golf's original wood shaft. To find out more about Erik and BubbaWhips, check out the following links: Website: www.bubbawhips.com Instagram: www.instragram.com/bubbawhips This podcast and all other Downrange Podcasts throughout 2022 are proudly presented by MR. MA Golf. To find out more information, please visit their website MR.MA Golf.com and follow them on Instagram at MR.MA Golf Have a question, comment or suggestion for the podcast? Reach out to Cody at firstname.lastname@example.org or on social @codymcbrideNLU. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Reair from May 2020. Are you curious about the healing magic of the plants and flowers around you? Jodi McKee, the founder of Jewelweed Shop in Wayzata, MN shares her expertise! From sacred cacao to flower essences, these self-care tools may be just what you're looking for....Jodi McKee is a healer, medicine woman, and entrepreneur. Her wish is that we learn to take back what we have given to others; sovereignty over our bodies and health. That every home has a healer and that this knowledge is honored, built upon and passed down. That we nurture our connection to the earth and one another. And that this brings us all greater health and wellbeing. Jodi opened the shop of her dreams, Jewelweed, and shares her wealth of knowledge on the tools she offers in her store. In this episode we discuss...Healing her family with herbs and opening her storeWhat is an herbal remedy vs a flower essenceHow to choose your crystals (and how Jodi sources them!)Using cacao for heart opening, daily rituals and special ceremoniesCBD navigation and using it as a tool rather than a cure allLearn more:Follow Jewelweed on Instagram: @jewelweed.shopShop the Jewelweed online store: www.jewelweed.comFollow along on Instagram: @yogamagicpodcast and @ashley.sondergaardLearn more about Ashley and Yoga Magic at www.ashleysondergaard.com Let's stay connected! Get the Cosmic Self-Care Mini Course for FREE when you sign up for our email list HERE. Let's Work Together: **Now booking for September! Book a Joint Astrology and Human Design Reading with Ashley & Sarah Leverett | During these 1 hour joint readings, Sarah will cover the basics of your Human Design chart including type, strategy, & authority. Then, Ashley will cover the key components of your natal chart & how you can work with the energy of your chart in your life today.Book a 1:1 Cosmic Self-Care Session with Ashley | Learn how to use your astrological birth chart to personalize your self-care routines, rituals and practices with this 60 minute session and customized self-care plan. Book a Birth Chart Reading with Ashley | Learn about the key components of your natal chart and how you can work with the energy in your life today during this 30 minute reading.
Jeremy Rushing from Sota Soccer breaks down Minnesota United's 3-2 win, their first ever on the road at LA Galaxy! 3 much-needed points Arriaga's injury Man advantage IS an advantage! Reynoso's brace Fragapane breaks through Sputtering second half Open DP slot with departure of Adrien Hunou -- Support - Get the most consistent, dedicated Minnesota soccer coverage at https://my.captivate.fm/SotaSoccer.com (SotaSoccer.com)! - Lend your support to Sota Soccer and get some great early access/bonus content in the process by becoming a Supporter or SuperSub at https://my.captivate.fm/patreon.com/sotasoccer (patreon.com/sotasoccer) Sponsors - Check out https://my.captivate.fm/StimulusAthletic.com (StimulusAthletic.com) for athleisure wear and to outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices from Stimulus Athletic! - Play pickup, reserve field time for yourself, or drink some amazing coffee at Ninth St. Soccer & Coffee! Just visit https://my.captivate.fm/NinthStreetMpls.com (NinthStreetMpls.com) or follow them @NinthStreetMpls - Looking to buy/sell a home in Minneapolis/St. Paul? Contact Nate Pentz and Pentz Homes at https://my.captivate.fm/PentzHomes.com (PentzHomes.com)!
Ep. #3 [THEME TWO] We have two business owners, Rob Dube and Cindy Banchy, on the show to wrap up our second theme, “Are You Creating a Lifestyle Business or a Valuable Asset.” They share how they shifted their mindset to think about their company like an asset, what their future goals are, and how their lives - and businesses - have changed since they adapted this new mindset. Rob and Cindy discuss the three areas they focused on to help them run their company like and as an asset: trust your people, understand your financials (using the three financial statements), and follow your vision. Both of them dive deep into those three areas and pretty much give away the start-to-finish foundational points that will allow you to turn your business into a valuable asset, create future options, and how to successfully sit in the “owner’s box” instead of the management team. //WATCH THE INTERVIEW ON YOUTUBE: Intentional Growth™ Podcast What You Will Learn What it took for Cindy and Rob to shift their mindset to view their company like a financial asset and not just a job. Why Rob believes financials truly tell the story of the health of a business. How each business owner views their company and their relationship with the business and management team. Ownership roles vs. management roles and how that relates to normalized EBITDA. How each business owner separated their ego from their business to better run their business like an asset. How Rob and Cindy built the trust around their people so they can step away for weeks at a time. How Rob and Cindy manage their rhythm between their managers without stepping on each others’ toes. The intrinsic benefits of understanding the financials. How combining the three financial statements has allowed Cindy and Rob to understand how much they can pay themselves and give out for raises. Why culture can add asset value to the right buyer and also allow your business to better run as an asset. // USE YOUR FINANCIALS TO CLARIFY A PATH TOWARDS A MORE VALUABLE BUSINESS: Intentional Growth Financial Assessment Bio: Cindy Banchy: Cindy is the President and Regional Master for Vanguard Cleaning Systems of Minnesota, a commercial cleaning master franchise located in Minneapolis. Prior to Vanguard, Cindy was with IBM from 1989 through 2005. Cindy loves spending time taking adventure travels to new countries, competing in long-distance triathlons, taking epic lo
This is the June 29, 2022 full episode of Stray Casts Outdoor Cartoon Television. Tonight, Pat is live from Minnesota with Bassmaster Elite Anglers Seth Feider and Matt Robertson, Live and uncut! #properbassinman
Finnish farmer Thomas Snellman coined the concept of REKO Rings in 2013, and in the last few years they've begun to sprout in Wisconsin and Minnesota. This unique model of a local food market is connecting thousands of eaters directly to their local farmers using regional Facebook groups for each ring. Each week, participating growers post what they have to offer and customers comment to initiate an ordering process. All payment happens in advance of the weekly pick-up day, where everyone meets at the same time and place to receive their orders from the farmers. The efficiency can save all parties time and money, while still allowing for authentic relationship building between farmers and eaters. It's a straightforward foundation and each ring may operate a little differently, responsive to the needs of their community. To explain how REKO works and how to go about starting one in your own community, three farmer guests and founding members of their own REKO Rings join the podcast: Mehgan Blair, Canosia Grove, Twin Ports REKO Ring Vanessa Wallock, The Victory Garden Farm, Ozaukee Area REKO Ring Thelma Heidel-Baker, Bossie Cow Farm, West Bend REKO Ring Host Katie Feterl, Communications Director, SFA The viewpoints of the speakers expressed within or outside of this episode do not necessarily reflect the goals and mission of SFA. Dirt Rich is produced by the Sustainable Farming Association. Thoughts? Comments? Ideas? Leave us a review, or drop us a line on our Virtual Comment Box.
RSL GM Elliot Fall joins The Drive to discuss the latest with the club, a strong start to the MLS season, a draw vs Columbus, matchup with Minnesota, upcoming summer transfer window, Aaron Herrera's contract extension + more
The Minnesota Wild have traded Kevin Fiala to the L.A. Kings in exchange for Brock Faber from the University of Minnesota and a 2022 first round draft pick. Should the Timberwolves trade D-Lo? When will the Twins trade for some bullpen arms? That and more with Ross Brendel and guest, Tim McNiff.
The Minnesota Wild have traded Kevin Fiala to the L.A. Kings in exchange for Brock Faber from the University of Minnesota and a 2022 first round draft pick. Should the Timberwolves trade D-Lo? When will the Twins trade for some bullpen arms? That and more with Ross Brendel and guest, Tim McNiff.
On this program I talk about; The Supreme Court has overturned New York's unconstitional gun law, and Roe vs. Wade. Republicans are introducing bills to protect women's sports and to protect the giant sequoias in California. The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that Minneapolis must hire more police officers. Chicago City council says Chigago police can no longer chase people on foot. CNN has their worst ratings ever. A Burger King employee who has worked for 27 years finally gets rewarded. Kellogg's has announced it will split into three companies. A 30,000 year old mammoth has been uncovered in Canada that still has hair and skin on it. -Thank you for listening!-
Haskell's has been around since prohibition got axed, which is longer than almost everyone reading this. That officially makes it a Minnesota institution. July 4th is also a Minnesota institution. Why not combine the two? Wine and fireworks - from a safe distance, of course. Plus, wine already comes in two of the three colors of the American flag. If you ever see any blue wine, you might want to stay away. www.haskells.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Charles Marohn — “Chuck” to his friends — grew up in a small town in Minnesota and later became an urban planner and traffic engineer in the state. After a few years, he began noticing that the projects he was building were hurting the towns he was putting them in — subtracting more tax value than they added, forcing everyone into cars, breaking apart communities and saddling them with unsustainable long-term liabilities.He began recording his observations on a blog called Strong Towns. It quickly caught on, and over the years, Strong Towns has grown into a full-fledged nonprofit with an educational curriculum, an awards program, and a rich network of local chapters working to improve the towns where they are located.Marohn has since written several books, most recently 2021’s Confessions of a Recovering Engineer and 2019’s Strong Towns. Intellectually, he sits somewhat orthogonally to most of the contemporary urbanist community. He’s an avowed conservative and opposes many of the state and federal solutions to the housing crisis favored by today’s YIMBYs. But there is arguably no one alive in America who has done more to get people thinking about what makes for a healthy community and how the US can begin to repair its abysmal late-20th-century land-use choices. I was excited to talk to Marohn about why suburbs are money-losers, the right way to think about NIMBYs and local control, and why the city planning profession is so resistant to reform. Get full access to Volts at www.volts.wtf/subscribe
Now that the right to an abortion has been overturned, America enters a new phase. Some states, like Minnesota, will continue to offer abortion care. Many others will prevent all access. Some will even criminalize anyone who helps a pregnant person get an abortion in a state that makes it legal. Writer and activist Robin Marty saw this day coming — but she admits she didn't think it would happen so quickly. In 2019, she wrote “Handbook for a Post-Roe America,” as she watched laws severely restricting abortion sweep many regions of the country. This spring, she released an updated version. And now, with the Supreme Court overturning Roe, it's become a handbook for women reeling from the decision and wondering what to do next. Wednesday, on a special edition of Big Books and Bold Ideas, host Kerri Miller spoke with Marty, who recently moved from Minnesota to Alabama to become the operations director for the West Alabama's Women's Center. They discussed her book, what she thinks will happen next, and how the hopscotched nature of abortion rights going forward will impact pregnant people, especially women of color. Guest: Robin Marty is the operations director for the West Alabama Women's Center, and the author of “A Handbook for a Post-Roe America.” Subscribe to the MPR News with Kerri Miller podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or RSS. Subscribe to the Thread newsletter for the latest book and author news and must-read recommendations.
Hundreds of acres of woods and wetlands, including three miles of St. Croix riverfront, join preserved public land in an east central state forest, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the Trust for Public Land announced Tuesday. This is a morning update from MPR News, hosted by Cathy Wurzer. Music by Gary Meister.
An incredibly informative and fact-based conversation with Minnesota proud and multi-talented entrepreneur, podcaster, and social influencer, Sharon McMahon of Sharon Says So. Within her career, Sharon has held positions as a Government and Law Teacher around the country, a professional yarn dying manufacturer, a very well-respected photographer of Three Irish Girls Photography, and as of 2020, has become a factual educator who has exploded on social media. With nearly 720,000 followers on Instagram, a podcast with over 12,000 5-star reviews, and growing exponentially while gaining world-wide media attention, Sharon is just getting started. She announces her upcoming book deal and what makes her company and brand stand-out. Sharon's approach is simple. She shares facts about government, law, and history, which is an opposite approach of most cable media and news. Her loyal following, also known as, 'Governerds' has proudly raised over $3.5 million dollars for give back initiatives. Get ready to be inspired and motivated by a truly great human being. Tune into Sharon's webinar classes, podcast, and follow her on social media @sharonsaysso. Enjoy this week's episode of Leader of the Pack; a podcast by Duluth Pack. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/duluth-pack/support
As we wrap of PRIDE MONTH, let's never forget, our lives and our freedom as LGBTQ individuals continues to be in the crosshairs of so many people in the world. Over 300 bills to date, in 2022 have been brought to the political forefront as a strike to who we are and how we live our lives. Helping us see how to be more vigilant and active to keep our freedoms is Fran Hutchins, Executive Director of Equality Federation. This candid and fun conversation shows how to take a stand and never give up as an LGBTQ Person. About Fran Fran Hutchins is the Executive Director at Equality Federation, the national strategic partner to state-based organizations working to win equality in the communities we call home. She has been with the Federation since 2012 and has worked on the ground with our partners to build strong organizations, develop tailored strategies, and create data-driven solutions to meet the needs of our movement. Fran's career has focused on building a strong progressive movement that changes the way we approach some of our most pressing social problems: poverty, homelessness, education, economic inequality, and discrimination. She is especially proud to have served as Regional Field Director for Mainers United for Marriage, the successful 2012 campaign to win marriage for same-sex couples in Maine. Fran completed her MBA and Masters of Public Policy and Public Administration at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fran grew up in Birmingham, Alabama, and now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her wife, Laura Kalba, a professor at the University of Minnesota, and their orange cat, Oscar Wilde, and fluffy dog, Otis. Connect With https://www.equalityfederation.org/ (Website) https://www.facebook.com/EqualityFed (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/equalityfed/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/EqualityFed (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/company/equality-federation/ (LinkedIn) You can also listen to the podcast on… https://apple.co/2RBmUxZ ()https://bit.ly/2UxP9zN () https://spoti.fi/2JpvCfg ()https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rick-clemons/the-coming-out-lounge () http://tun.in/pjtKR ()https://bit.ly/30kT4kL () https://bit.ly/2FVH55j ()
In this episode, Julie has guest Shwetha Mangal on the show. Shwetha is a Mom of two who started her career as a fitness coach at the age of 40. She's a Certified Personal Trainer and Coach with The Boss Body Revolution and loves helping women become their most confident selves. She grew up in Hyderabad, India and currently lives in Minnesota with her husband and two teens. In this episode , they discuss Shwetha's: Arranged marriage she had at the age of 19, what that process was like, and the journey of that marriage to today Parenting style and relationship with her two teenagers Growing social media presence, content creation, & the inevitable trolling and bullying that happens when you have a growing audience. Starting a career in the world of fitness at the age of 40 Competing on stage in a bikini competition at the age of 40 GET IN TOUCH WITH US : Connect with Shwetha on IG: https://www.instagram.com/strengthwithshwetha/ Connect with the Podcast on IG : www.instagram.com/thebrowngirl_podcast/ Connect with Julie on IG: www.instagram.com/juliegeorge723/ & Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB42br7pT2cuJsoCrNzhxEg Music by Ravi Ray Audio @Itsraviray
Today, I am blessed to have here with me the President and CEO of AJ Consulting Company, Dr. Anthony Jay. Dr. Jay earned a B.A. with a double major in Biology and Theology from Ave Maria University in Naples, Florida, where he researched HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) inhibitors. This is a repeat episode which originally aired on April 19th 2021. After college, he continued to work with virus (lentivirus) in the context of Alzheimer's disease for the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs. Next, Dr. Jay earned his Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Boston University School of Medicine, researching fats, hormones, and cholesterol. Dr. Jay has also worked for 3 years as a scientific researcher at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, researching stem cells, epigenetics, and infrared light. Currently, in addition to leading AJCCo, Dr. Jay is a bestselling author of Estrogeneration. Did you know that the water from our faucet is full of birth control? In this episode, Dr. Jay reveals how he found his passion for artificial estrogens. Then, we jump into the importance of getting sunshine every single day. Not only are there loads of mental health benefits, but the UV will help break up toxins under your skin. Then, Dr. Jay talks about cholesterol and all-cause mortality, optimal vitamin D levels, and sunscreen problems. We end the conversation jumping into all things Covid, including face masks and vaccines. Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S The Beauty & The Broth - High Quality Bone Broth, Concentrated Packets. Visit http://www.thebeautyandthebroth.com PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Text me +1 (786) 364-5002 [00:20] About Dr. Jay + His Interest In Artificial Estrogens Jay got interested in artificial estrogens way back in college. In college, they told him the water from the faucet was full of birth control. It opened up an entire can of worms. Jay started to recognize fake estrogen chemicals all over the place. So, he compiled a top ten list of these daily exposures and wrote the book You can get the book here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MRAFYZL/benazadi-20 [03:10] The Benefits of Getting Sunshine Every Single Day There are a lot of interesting genetic risks that are dependent on sunshine and basically fixed by getting out in the sun. Sunshine will help increase your body's metabolism. The sun will also help break down toxin removal. Laser removal of tattoos is literally zapping heavy metals. Those heavy metals are in big enough chunks that your immune system cannot clear them. Sunshine will zap the large chunks of heavy metals. Even if you don't have tattoos, the UV will help you break up toxins from under your skin. Jay's favorite benefit is that it increases your body's natural production of melanotan. Plus, sunshine will help combat seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Watch the video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y-1fsJbd0A [12:25] An Intriguing Study! Total Cholesterol And All-Cause Mortality There's a study called: Total cholesterol and all-cause mortality by sex and age: a prospective cohort study among 12.8 million adults. You can check it out here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-38461-y The research is very clear about optimal levels for total cholesterol. When you get above 200 on your cholesterol, doctors will tell you that you need statins as soon as possible. Jay takes the prescriptions and then throws them out. However, if your blood sugar's above 85, fasted, that's a threefold higher risk of heart disease. Anything above 85 is not considered optimal. Americans will come in at 95, and a cardiologist will ignore that. [16:30] The Optimal Ranges For Your Vitamin D Levels 30 – 70 or 30 – 100 are optimal ranges. The average American is at 30. As soon as you get below 50, you see associations with health issues. For instance, people will suffer from gut issues, chronic fatigue, and depression with those levels. If you are at 200, there is some risk of calcifying your arteries. Keep it between 50 and 100 for optimization. Getting in the sun will bump your levels up to 70 or 80. [19:50] The Issues With Sunscreen - How Safe Is Sunscreen? The main ingredient is oxybenzone. It's a manmade chemical, and it acts like estrogen in your body. You do not want to rub it on your skin. After one application of sunscreen, oxybenzone levels were above the government's safety levels even one week later. The government limits are absurd, anyway! Estrogen chemicals don't kill the cells because they act like estrogen. It will do a lot of weird things to the cell instead. Zinc is an excellent alternative for sunscreen. Check out the products that Dr. Jay uses: https://www.ajconsultingcompany.com/whatiuse.html [24:25] Dr. Jay's Favorite Ways To Optimize Your Immune System The best way to optimize your immune system is to sleep. Most people are sleep-deprived. Jay will get an hour and a half of deep sleep and an hour and a half of REM sleep. In college, Dr. Jay would sleep three hours a night. He would brag about it! Infrared lights will help you sleep way better. Also, the colder the bedroom, the deeper sleep you will get. Intermittent fasting will also help with your immune system. That way, your cells can take out the trash. Sunshine is another way to improve your immune system. Don't forget to get your skin in the sun – take those shirts off! [36:45] Why You Might Want To Think Twice About The Covid Vaccines When researchers do all these studies for pharmaceutical companies and come out with a drug, they don't actually have to release that study. When someone has an adverse reaction to a drug, the company has to release the study. With vaccines, the companies do not have to release the studies. So, the general public has not been able to see the vaccine study. We cannot see the study on the vaccine; that's a red flag. Also, this vaccine is very experimental. If the chemicals in these vaccines were in cleaning products, we wouldn't use them. [42:20] Unfortunately, The Vaccines Could Be Manipulating Your Epigenetics These vaccines could be messing with our epigenetics. There's a cool epigenetic study where they actually use electricity and zap rats every time they smell cherry blossoms. Cherry blossoms smell good, but the zap gave them an aversion to the blossoms. The offspring of the rats would have a fear response to cherry blossoms. Epigenetics is super powerful. [45:30] Covid-19 In America: It's Time To Wake The [BLEEP] Up! The only positive lining in this whole Covid thing is it's woken a lot of people up to how much shenanigans goes on behind the scenes. Sadly, scientists are manipulating data. You pick your own peer reviewers – it is easily manipulated. You saw the same thing with the manipulation of Covid numbers. People should have the freedom to get the vaccines, and they should have the freedom not to get the vaccine. We should never blindly accept anything that comes out of pharmaceutical companies. [51:50] How Well Do Face Masks Even Work? Herd Immunity For The Win! If you wear the wrong type of face masks, it can disperse the droplets even more. N95 mask will help people with autoimmune conditions. In fact, they should give them away to those people. Everyone else should not wear masks. We want herd immunity! Herd immunity works, and it's successful. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Check out AJ Consulting: https://www.ajconsultingcompany.com Follow Dr. Jay Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonygjay/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajconsultingcompany/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkiTp9kSAJ70a5cD-BbNNog Get Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MRAFYZL/benazadi-20 Listen to DNA with DRJ: https://www.ajconsultingcompany.com/dnadrj.html Join theKeto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a WatchKeto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S The Beauty & The Broth - High Quality Bone Broth, Concentrated Packets. Visit http://www.thebeautyandthebroth.com PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off.
We know how important it is to wash our hands with soap and warm water. Get between the fingers, under the nails, all that good stuff. But why does soap get all foamy when you add water? Where do those bubbles come from? We asked University of Minnesota professor Frank Bates to help us find the answer. Got a question that's bubbling up in your brain? Send it to us at BrainsOn.org/contact, and we'll help pop the question!
There are cycles in every business and Carina walks you through some of the cycles in the design world. For surface pattern and craft designers, it can be demotivating to see sales plummet so tune in to learn more as Carina normalizes these cycles so you can move forward as a designer. __________ Download Carina's free guide: The 7 Tips Nobody Will Tell You About Becoming a Surface Pattern Designer here: http://eepurl.com/dN2RcY __________ About Carina Gardner: Carina Gardner is a fabric designer, paper designer, and design educator who is passionate about helping other designers fulfill their creative dreams by teaching them her strategies for making money as a designer. She has a Ph.D. in Design and taught design at the University of Minnesota before starting Carina Gardner, Inc. Carina Gardner, Inc design brand has been featured in dish ware, holiday decor, sewing patterns, and more. Her exclusive Design Suite Program helps creatives make money designing as they learn to design. Her programs include Illustrator and Photoshop training, surface pattern design, paper design, Silhouette & Cricut file design, and running a design business. She started the Make and Design Podcast so that she could share inspiration, stories, and experiences about design and life with crafters and designers. Find out more at https://www.carinagardner.com Check out her most popular program Design Bootcamp here: http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp Watch this episode as a video at https://www.makeanddesign.com/
We all want to do our best, but many of us neurodivergent entrepreneurs struggle with perfectionism. We see perfection everywhere we look, but never within ourselves. There's really no such thing as perfection because there's always room for improvement. That's one of the “gifts” of being human, that we thrive on growth and development. But sometimes perfectionism can hold us back from taking action and our ego gets in the way. We get down on ourselves because something that “should” feel easy is challenging for us. The reality is that letting go of those thoughts and focusing on what truly is easy for us may be a better way. This week on the podcast, I'm chatting with Dr. Jane Tornatore about perfectionism and the words we need to let go of in order to get ourselves out of the trap. She shares with us some great tips for getting unstuck and I start to rework my own language…and immediately feel the results! About Dr. Jane Tornatore: Dr. Jane Tornatore is a brain geek and self love expert based in Seattle, WA. As a psychotherapist, speaker, and author, she works with intelligent, motivated, high-achieving women who are committed to being better people, yet, they never feel better ENOUGH. Women who want to finally like themselves and stop second-guessing their decisions. What separates Jane from other coaches and therapists is her down to earth, humorous, practical, and SIMPLE approach. And because of this, her clients become aware of the unconscious beliefs that keep them stuck and unsatisfied, so they can choose thoughts and actions that actually work for them rather than making them feel like crap. She received a master's degree at the University of Illinois, and a PhD at the University of Minnesota. She has authored over 20 articles and published a book—Everything is Perfect, Just Not ME! A Roadmap for Self-Acceptance. Connect with her on LinkedIn and follow her on Instagram. Links and Resources: The Intuitive Decision Making Method Everything is Perfect, Just Not Me: A Roadmap to Self-Acceptance by Dr. Jane Tornatore Bittersweet by Susan Cain Join the Inner Circle Time Stamps: [2:01] - The big benefit of in-person events [2:54] - More about Dr. Jane Tornatore [4:43] - We're the wrong species for perfection [6:15] - The only time perfectionism doesn't show up for Amber [8:30] - Getting out of the perfectionism trap [9:45] - Amber practices letting go [12:30] - Shifting from “have to” to “get to” [13:12] - Love-hate relationship with positive affirmations [15:35] - Toxic positivity that goes along with affirmations can be a turn-off [16:32] - We learn that appreciating ourselves is bad [17:36] - Imposter syndrome in neurodivergent women is off the hook [19:28] - How will you help people if you're not thriving [20:50] - You don't have to help everyone [23:06] - If it's not for my highest good, it's for no one's highest good [27:30] - Doing something out of alignment won't work in the long run [30:10] - Your ego is going to tell you that you don't know what you're doing [31:15] - It's a good thing babies don't have an ego [33:40] - Radical acceptance of behaviors [37:19] - We never congratulate ourselves when we do something right [39:27] - We've learned: You can be yourself or you can be loved [43:29] - If we feel we're getting extra stuck in perfectionism, it's helpful to see things in a different way [44:27] - Tell yourself you're okay
This week's guest is Petar Janjic…a Serbian-born, Nashville-based drummer by way of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He's one of the funkiest groovers out there today and is THE drummer for one of today's funkiest guitarists / bandleaders, Cory Wong. Before passing away, Prince himself even asked Petar to play on his record and…well…that's that! He's involved in a bunch of happenings, including his own project called ‘Heavy Chevy'. Please enjoy the trip 5 influential records that shaped Petar into the drummer he is today…CHEERS! Petar Janjic – Wanna Be Starting Something (Michael Jackson) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3FfziDlztU For more information on Big Fat Snare Drum, check out www.bigfatsnaredrum.com and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok Artwork by Trevin Frame
Travis Etienne didn't suit up for the Jaguars after suffering a season-ending injury in the preseason last year. Going into the 2022 NFL Season many Jaguars fans are excited about what Travis Etienne can bring to Jacksonville's offense. Travis Etienne was one of the most explosive players in College Football during his time at Clemson. This season the Jacksonville Jaguars are looking to use the explosiveness in multiple ways lining Travis Etienne out wide and using him in the running game. Penn State had a very disappointing season last year. Going into the 2022 College Football season Penn State football has newfound optimism with Sean Clifford returning at Quarterback, the Penn State Nittany Lions are looking to make some noise in the BIG 10 this year. However, Penn State has big concerns when it comes to the talent and depth on the Defensive Line and at Linebacker. Will Penn State be able to right the ship this year and finally contend for the BIG 10 Championship? Could Penn State Football win the BIG 10 in 2022? Who will have the NFL's best passing attack in 2022? The Cincinnati Bengals are coming off a miraculous season and with the improvements, they've made on the offensive the Bengals have one of the most talented offenses in the NFL. With Joe Burrow under center for the Cincinnati Bengals and a loaded group of WRs, they have one of the best passing attacks in the NFL in 2022. The Minnesota Vikings hired former Rams Offensive Coordinator Kevin O' Connell and he is looking to take Minnesota's offense to the level. Kirk Cousins is coming off one of the best seasons of his NFL year and could carry his hot steak into the upcoming NFL season. Plus with Justin Jefferson, and Adam Thielen the Vikings offense could explode this season. Justin Herbert and the Chargers offense put up godly numbers and with the addition of Zion Johnson Los Angeles improves an already solid offensive line. If the Los Angeles Chargers offense continues to produce this season and they make the playoffs Justin Herbert could be in the Super Bowl conversion. What about the Los Angeles Rams the defending Super Bowl Champions? Despite a couple of losses on the offensive line, the Rams offense should pick up from where in left off this NFL season with the signing of star WR Allen Robinson who would give Matthew Stafford another great target alongside Cooper Kupp. And what about Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? With Bruce Arians retiring will the Buccaneers offense take a step back in 2022? JT Sports ranks the NFL's Top 5 Offenses for 2022. With Deshaun Watson's status for the 2022 NFL season up in the air, how good will the Browns be if Watson can't play? Jacoby Brissett I'm set to be next in line to start at quarterback for the Cleveland Browns if Deshaun Watson gets suspended. If Deshaun Watson gets suspended for the entire NFL season could the Browns make the playoffs with Jacoby Brissett? JT Sports gives his thoughts. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jtsports/support
So many of us feel like we're inundated with ‘should's, ‘supposed to's, unsolicited advice, expectations and general pressure to do it all while making it look effortless. In the face of all of that noise, you'll hear today from one of my bucket list guests, how to learn to listen to yourself again. I'm THRILLED to welcome Jenna Kutcher as my guest today. If you have somehow managed to make it through life up to this point without knowing who she is, Jenna is a Minnesota wife, mother and entrepreneur who aims for two things daily: helping others wake up to life, and staying in comfy pants (now, that's a mission I can get behind). Host of the top-rated Gold Digger podcast, she's helped hundreds of thousands redefine success and chase bold dreams through her work as a leading online personality and educator. Her book, How Are You, Really? is about to hit the shelves and I am so excited we all get to hear from her. We are going to invite you to get a little uncomfortable. Because as Jenna says, “the realist version of you deserves to be known and listened to.” To pre-order Jenna's book go to www.howareyoureallybook.com and follow her on IG @jennakutcher To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com